Baked Ham is our Christmas tradition - we love the ham, we love the leftover ham, and we really love the Mustard Sauce.
This leftover turkey pot pie is the ultimate day after Thanksgiving dinner made with leftover turkey and mashed potatoes! Your Thanksgiving meal will taste even better the second time around with this easy pot pie recipe. It makes two 9-inch pies, so you can even have one now and freeze one for later!
Reindeer chow is a fun Christmas muddy buddy snack mix that is loaded with tasty treats and festive red and green M&M candies! It's a perfect recipe for getting the kids involved or serving at any holiday get-together! Trust me, it's so addicting that there won't be any leftovers!
Got turkey leftovers? This turkey pot pie with biscuits is made in one skillet for a warm, flavorful meal with minimal cleanup!
Pies are a cherished family tradition in our home - everyone has a soft spot for them! They make a great snack or packed lunch for my daughters. A while ago, I was making a pie with greens and somehow the stuffing ended up being quite runny. To prevent my phyllo pastry from becoming too soggy, I started looking for ingredients that could soak up the extra juices without affecting the recipe’s taste. I found that using semolina or bulgur was a suggested solution, so I decided to give it a try with the latter. Not only did my pie come out great, but the bulgur also gave me an idea for an entirely new vegetarian pie recipe! Bulgur is a whole grain that is made of several different types of wheat. It is often used in dishes like this veggie bulgur pie, where it is combined with vegetables and a sauce to create a hearty and satisfying meal. Bulgur is also high in fiber and protein, making it a healthy choice for anyone looking for a nutritious meal. It turns out that there are many bulgur pie recipes available, but the majority of them contain ground beef. I am vegetarian, so I decided to create a meatless version that is more appealing to my Mediterranean taste buds. This veggie bulgur pie with filo is a great way to turn ordinary vegetables into something special. It’s also quick and easy to make—all you need is some finely chopped fresh vegetables, bulgur, and a few pantry staples like Greek olive oil and herbs. The filling for this pie is then layered between layers of phyllo dough, and baked until golden brown. The bulgur pie crust exceeded my expectations! It was not only crispy and flaky like a classic pie crust, but the added texture from the bulgur gave it wonderful depth. The filling was also delicious carrying the bulgur’s nutty flavor. Paired with a crisp green salad or roasted vegetables, this veggie bulgur pie is a delicious and nutritious meal that the whole family can enjoy. This recipe makes twelve generous servings, and leftovers can be stored in an airtight container for up to three days. So it’s perfect for busy weeknights or when you have unexpected guests over! Give this veggie bulgur pie a try and your taste buds will thank you. It’s a delicious way to enjoy whole grains and vegetables in one tasty dish. Enjoy!
Wondering what to do with extra cookie dough whenever you've mixed up a tasty batch of cookies and don't want to let anything go to waste? Should you freeze it or make other desserts? This helpful guide covers all of the most delicious ways to transform leftover cookie dough!
Have a lot of leftover pot roast? Try Shepherds Pie. I don't know about you, but I usually love to take a bite of roast and run it through my
Transform dry leftover cinnamon rolls into this heavenly Cinnamon Roll French Toast for an amazing breakfast or brunch.
This smokey corn salad is perfect for making with leftover grilled corn on the cob. It's full of great barbecue flavors with the chard bits of grilled
OK. Now you've made the Grilled Steak Gyros, Hummus, and Tzatziki Sauce and you might have leftovers, so why not throw together Greek Tostados? That's
This easy chestnut date mousse is a typical autumn dessert. But make enough of it, so you can use the leftovers as a breakfast spread.
Here's what to do with leftover Christmas cookies so that all of your tasty baked goods don't have to go to waste! Instead of tossing them out or keeping them in the freezer, why not repurpose them into some new tasty treats? From ice cream sundaes to pie crusts and even cookie butter, you can't go wrong with any of these sweet ideas!
Run out of ready made stuffing or just have some leftover bread? Check out this stuffing recipe that's traditionally as easy as it gets!
Opt for these easy, rolled turkey rolls with a mushroom & spinach stuffing, wrapped in bacon. They cook in no time and are equally as delicious, especially when paired off with homemade cranberry sauce and some homemade gluten-free gravyImagine, no craving or messing with bones etc! Plus, you can use any leftover turkey slices to create a wholesome salad.
The best reason to have leftover turkey after the holidays; also great with chicken.
A reason to make too many mashed potatoes? Having leftovers for these mashed potato cakes!
Barbecue Chicken Pizza with Bacon is the epitome of ease; leftover chicken is combined with barbecue sauce, cheese and red onion atop a purchased crust.
Leftover Stuffing Patties for Eggs Benedict with Gravy is a quick and easy, creative way to use up holiday leftovers. Flavorful and moist with a crispy crust, Stuffing Patties are topped with poached eggs and finished with reheated leftover gravy.